The map at www.mthawthornhub.com.au highlights key locations and activity points along Scarborough Beach Road and surrounding alleys and lanes that will be filled with pop-up venues and activities.
The Guardian Express-sponsored event, organised by the Mt Hawthorn Hub and City of Vincent, will include the Hawaiian Community Stage featuring entertainment such as Gang of Three, Shotdown from Sugartown, Ruby May and Trojan John, as well as live cooking demonstrations hosted by Don Hancey.
There will be pop-up locations by New Norcia Bakery and The Paddington Ale House, and The Mezz Family Laneway with children�s activities.
Fairfield Street will be transformed into Greening Vincent Street, highlighting �green� businesses and Vincent�s sustainability projects.
About 20,000 people are expected to attend the festival from noon to 7pm.